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  1. SFD completes new recruit live fire training in BallardRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Ballard News-Tribune

    All last week the Seattle Fire Department held training exercises for new recruits in a vacant Ballard home located at 2019 NW 64th Street. After April 28, saws blasted, fires flared, hoses spewed and eager recruits practiced the skills that will one day save the lives of Seattle citizens.


  2. Video: Seattle Police Burn Seattle Times Reporter's Foot With a Flashbang GrenadeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Stranger

    On May Day, Seattle police threw dozens of flashbang grenades - what the department calls "blast balls" - into crowds of protesters. One man showed me a welt on his back that he said was caused by a flashbang.


  3. Motorcyclist critically hurt in crash on I-5 near NorthgateRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KOMO News

    A motorcyclist is in critical condition Monday after colliding with a car on Interstate 5 near Northgate, officials said. Police and medics responded to the scene, northbound I-5 at NE 92nd Street, at about 11:25 a.m. after receiving reports of a serious crash involving a motorcycle.


  4. Man who stabbed ex-wife 72 times receives 26 1/2 year sentence |...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Bellevue Reporter

    A man who murdered his ex-wife by stabbing her 72 times in her Bellevue condo and briefly fled the state two years ago was sentenced to 26 1/2 years in prison in King County Superior Court on Friday. The King County Prosecutor's Office had been seeking a 25-year sentence for Aleksandr Polak, but even the extended prison time ordered by Superior Court Judge John Chun was reportedly not long enough for the family of murder victim Nataliya Vabishchevich.


  5. Stout provides popular dishes, but no imaginationRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    At first, a small subset of chefs, entrepreneurs and perceptive gourmands play around with the flavor of ingredients, the presentation of food, the style of service and the decor of a restaurant. These notions are birthed through creativity, but eventually economic Darwinism dooms ideas that fail to spark the palates of diners or prove too expensive for restaurants to implement.


  6. Nominations Open For 2015 Mayor's Arts AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Seattle Medium

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 Mayor's Arts Awards. The awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations and community members committed to enriching their communities through the arts.


  7. Obafemi Martins: Two goals for Seattle against New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sporting Life

    Obafemi Martins scored two goals as the Seattle Sounders extended New York City FC's winless streak with a 3-1 victory. Obafemi Martins scored two goals as the Seattle Sounders extended New York City FC's winless streak with a 3-1 victory.


  8. Earthquake drill scheduled at West Queen Anne Playfield this SaturdayRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Queen Anne View

    This Saturday, May 9th, Seattle Neighborhood Hubs and the ACS/Hubs Communications Service is holding earthquake exercises in locations across Seattle, including one at the West Queen Anne Playfield . The drill runs from 5pm to 10pm, with staging by neighborhood emergency communications teams, amateur radio emergency communication teams, and volunteers.


  9. Pioneer Square Could Look Like Nepal When The Big One HitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Eric Holdeman, former director of the King County Office of Emergency Management, said we shouldn't expect outsiders to swoop in and save us when a long-anticipated massive earthquake hits . Seattle could be devastated, he said.


  10. Classic NW home to be torn downRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Mercer Island Reporter

    The trend of buying, demolishing and rebuilding Island homes continues - this time with a house on First Hill designed by Ralph Anderson, a Pacific Northwest native and architect who revitalized several Seattle neighborhoods. The house at 3609 72nd Place S.E. was one of the first ones he designed.


  11. Two weeks until big fun at the beach: West Seattle 5K walk/run; community-organized Alki DazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Seattle Blog

    WEST SEATTLE 5K WALK/RUN : Are you signed up yet? Easiest way to do it is online, rather than standing in line the day it happens . This is the 7th year for the biggest 5K at the beach every year, raising money for West Seattle High School students via the WSHS PTSA .


  12. Reading program forms connections for young studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Battle Creek Enquirer

    Reading program forms connections for young students George Award winner enjoys seeing kids grow. Check out this story on battlecreekenquirer.com: http://bcene.ws/1GRAsKl Thelma Vaughn started an after school reading program for kids at Second Missionary Baptist Church, and now has a George Award for her efforts.


  13. District 1 City Council election: Another chance to see/hear the candidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | West Seattle Blog

    Earlier this week, we mentioned the May 27 candidates' forum in South Park for those running for the new District 1 City Council seat serving SP and West Seattle. We've since learned of another forum happening before that one.


  14. Dozens take to Seattle streets in 'Black Lives Matter' marchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KOMO News

    Two large groups of demonstrators gathered separately Saturday afternoon, and began two marches in support of the "Black Lives Matter" movement that has swept the nation. The first demonstration began shortly after 1 p.m. when marchers blocked the northbound lanes of Rainier Avenue S. at Henderson Street, resulting in a traffic buildup of approximately three blocks.


  15. Police and Protesters Clash on May DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Seattle Weekly

    International Worker's Day - aka May Day, aka May 1 - followed a pattern that Seattleites have grown used to in recent years. The afternoon hosted singing and marching for immigrants and labor; the evening, a surreal carnival of bulldogish policing and property damage by protesters.


  16. West Seattle Saturday: On the water, on land, today, tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | West Seattle Blog

    SPOT SHRIMP SEASON: In case you missed our mention , that's what all the fishing boats are out on the bay for - until 3 pm, and then one more day this year, May 13th, 7 am-3 pm. Take note that this means big traffic at Don Armeni Boat Ramp once the boats start coming back in - Gretchen shared this photo of the outbound lineup this morning: ALSO ON THE WATER: First cruise ship of the year arrived before 6 am - Lynn Hall shared this photo of Westerdam headed for Pier 91 as a state ferry passed: BOY SCOUTS' BIG SALE: Until 4 pm at American Legion Post 160 in The Triangle, Troop 284 's multi-family sale - credit cards accepted.


  17. News Minute: Here is the latest news from The Associated PressRead the original story

    Saturday | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Seattle police clashed yesterday evening with black-clad May Day protesters who hurled wrenches and rocks at officers and damaged property after an earlier peaceful march in support of immigrants and workers' rights. Three officers were injured.


  18. Amid firebangs and a burning flag, Seattle May Day protests devolve into chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mashable

    What began as a peaceful May Day protest in Seattle, which mixed demonstrators calling for workers' rights and an end to police brutality, spun out of control as police and protesters clashed as authorities deployed firebangs and pepper spray. People on the streets smashed store windows, damaged more than two dozen vehicles, turned over dumpsters, set fires and seriously injured at least three officers near Seattle Central College, who were transported to a nearby hospital, according to police.


  19. Violent Evening Follows Peaceful Seattle May Day MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KUOW-FM Seattle

    A protest organized by anarchists erupted in violence Friday evening on Capitol Hill following a separate peaceful May Day march to downtown Seattle, police said. Seattle police said on Twitter that at least 15 people were arrested and three officers were injured in clashes during a protest on Capitol Hill that was billed on anarchist sites as an anti-capitalist march.


  20. Bowing to backlash, Taylor Shellfish suspends use of neurotoxinRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Crosscut.com

    The decision to stop spraying "weighs heavily on us," said Bill Taylor, "knowing it will affect other growers in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor." Credit: Ronald Holden In 1895, lawmakers in Olympia reaffirmed a unique provision of state law that had been enacted by the Territorial Legislature.


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